It's been a little over a month since Mozzy dropped off his Spiritual Conversations EP, and now he's delivering new material and a music video to coincide with it. The California native drops off his "Do It for Dooterz" visuals on Thurs., April 19, which feature him flexing in front of a set of luxury vehicles.

Mozzy kicks things off with some footage from a live performance, where his fans can be heard chanting his name. He then transitions to an abanadoned parking lot, where he parks two all-black whips before spitting his lyrics to the upbeat street record. The visuals are fairly simple, but help keep the spotlight on Mozzy's lyrical game and story-telling.

The 1 Up Top Ahk spitter has been releasing tons of new material for fans throughout 2018, and most recently teamed up with Freddie Gibbs and G Pericho for a new track "Colors." Last month, he joined YG Trippie Redd and Chris King for their collaboration record, "Bool."

Back in February, Mozzy announced his Gangland Landlord album, but still has yet to give us a set release date for the project. At the time, he revealed that it would be dropping sometime after his Spiritual Conversations EP, which was released in March.

Watch Mozzy's brand new music video for his "Do It for Dooterz" below.

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